Dis*crep"ant (?), a. [L. discrepans, -antis, p. pr. of discrepare to sound differently or discordantly; dis- + crepare to rattle, creak: cf. OF. discrepant. See Crepitate.]

Discordant; at variance; disagreeing; contrary; different.

The Egyptians were . . . the most oddly discrepant from the rest in their manner of worship. Cudworth.


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Dis*crep"ant, n.

A dissident.

J. Taylor.


© Webster 1913.

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